After a brief time spent with KDE, I came back to Gnome.
Because KDE is, for me, too complicated and doesn’t have the aesthetics of Gnome.
Admittedly, Gnome requires adjustments that are sometimes difficult to find.
But with the help of extensions, you can practically transform Gnome into KDE, Ouinedaube or Macoaisse…
Thank you all for the recent support and long life to Endeavor OS!
needs me AI to understand the word
could be also to early and not the right dose of caffein
“Ouinedaube” seems to be a derogatory term used to refer to Microsoft Windows. It is likely a play on the French word “Windows” (Fenêtres) and the English word “andouille” (a type of sausage), which means something like “Windows fools”. It is not a commonly used term and might be considered inappropriate in some contexts.
Based on the context you provided, it seems that “Ouinedaube” and “Macoaisse” are being used as humorous variations of the operating systems Windows and macOS, respectively. The suggestion is that with the help of extensions, Gnome can be transformed to resemble these other operating systems in appearance and functionality to some extent.
I think this would be more my approach, pretty much everything I use in KDE is pinned to the taskbar, I only ever open the menu to get to a couple of programs that I don’t use too frequently. I even have an extension on the taskbar to shutdown etc